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W3VYKSA LP ALLFirst Licensed 4-19-2013
W3ZGDMSL10 was incredible all weekend!
W4NYSSO LP 20MDate of License: 12/10/2013
W5VOLSA HP ALLMy 2nd Contest. Was a lot of fun, even though the family cut heavily into my time this weekend
W6NSSO HP ALLOn for 3 hours due to work obligations, This could be a check log but thought I would send it in to see how far to the bottom of the heap I could get
W7MEMSO HP ALLnice DX
W7OLYSA HP ALLIC-7600, ALS-1300 ,3L SteppIR @ 55', N1MM Logger Plus
W7RCASO LP 20MGreat contest, too bad about the interference folks this year
W8GXSO LP ALLComputer died and I lost the first 60 contacts. Ugh!
W8KNOSO LP ALLAll Search & Pounce
W8WOM/7SO LP ALL9/25/2012
W9BGXSO HP ALLMy First CQ DX WW SSB Contest from W9BGX
W9MSSO HP ALLPoor conditions generally from this location!
W9RESO HP ALLGreat 10 meters but bad 80 and 160
W9TVX/6SA HP ALLLicensed June 2013
WA0EBZSO LP ALLIn my opinion, best band opening this sun spot cycle. Had a fun time
WA1FCN/4SA LP 15MI am not much of a phone op, but think I should have been more serious with this one. I really look forward to CQ WW CW
WA4NZDSO LP ALLGood 10 and 15 meter band openings
WA5IYXSO LP ALL(2002) FT-847; (1977) 3-el 10-m Wilson Yagi @20' AGL, 3-el 15-m homebrew Yagi @14' AGL - each using Armstrong rotor so just aimed at Eu in local morns and JA in afternoons; 20-m and 40-m fan dip. @15' AGL peak. With the largest sunspot group since 1990 the solar flux was higher than in many recent years for this contest. However, I ended up with fewer Qs than last year* (and NOT because I was distracted by the Sunday trans-Atlantic 50-MHz F2 event as that only affected the eastern US). 10m produced the majority of my Qs, often going well above 29 MHz (where my longest run of over 100 was obtained Sun morn). Having an HZ1 call me a little later at 18z was the largest shock of the contest. Due to short time between 15 and 10m opening in the morns scant 21 MHz activity was done then. 20m staying open all night also reduced my 40m Qs. My 75m ant has been defective for a protracted time. *a late Sat morn start (overslept) didn't help that! (having to cut-n-paste exact freqs from CT-9 note file into log after contest always slow things down)
WA6KHKSA LP ALLI finally hear HV0A LC and I was stuck running low power with 2 amps down. I couldn't get any 572B tubes from RF Parts because they won't get any until December...I need a beer
WA7LTSO LP ALLNot too bad for an 81 year old!
WA7PRCSO LP ALLBy FAR, 10m was the big payoff band, followed by 15m and then 20m
WA8YSA HP ALLMY AMP BROKE DOWN AT 14:33UTC. A SOLAR FLARE BROKE THE BANDS FOR A WHILE SO I SPENT THAT TIME DUSTING OFF AN OLD AMP I'D NEVER USED. I'M GLAD I TRIED IT, THE FL-7000 WORKED AND MY QSO RATE WENT UP. I HAD FUN PLAYING RADIO IN ANOTHER CQ WW CONTEST, I AM HOOKED
WB2RSO QRP ALLGreat Fun
WB4EHGSA LP ALLBest I have ever done. The bands were kind to us
WB6CZGSA HP ALL10 & 15 seem to have been the best bands. However trying to work Europe I encountered the East Coast wall. Rig was TS2000, amp was AL80B, Ant was 80 meter dipole (at 70 ft) with a AT2K tuner fed with 450 ohm ladder line
WC2LSA HP ALLGreat contest, just very limited time to operate!
WE6EZ/5SO LP ALLOutstanding band conditions, especially on 10. I only wished stations would identify themselves more often. When working S&P its irritating and time consuming to hear stations calling QRZ 10 times before identifying themselves. It was fun nevertheless
WF0TSO QRP 15MCity lot + vertical = no one can hear me. Still a lot of fun!
WN7TSO HP ALLIt was a very casual hunt and peck effort. Great band conditions!
WT6HSA HP ALL10 meters was hot!!
WW7DSO LP ALLPlenty of fun, even though I couldn't devote full time to it. A wind storm on Saturday evening knocked power out for 26 hours, putting an end to contesting for the weekend
XE1/N4DMHSO HP ALLRookie, first licensed in April 2014
XE1AYSO LP ALLGUD PROPAGATION ON 10 M
XE2BSA HP ALLDespites unusable low band antennas, managed to break my own personal Record!!
XE2CQSA HP ALLENJOY TEST BUT I DID NOT HAVE CHANCE TO WORK FULL TIME
YB3IZKSO LP 10MTnx for all station hpe cuagn next contest 73 bye
YB3MMMSLDue to full other event, we could not fully participate on this contest. CU next year
YD1ELPSO LP 40MI HAVE BEEN A HAM SINCE MARCH - 12 - 2013
YD7BHKSA LP 40M19 February 2014 my first cqww contest
YD8XOBSO LP 40MFirst time participation
YL5WSO LP 15MTS2000 100W + multiband vertical
YO2ISSO LP 10MIC 7000, H.M. GP, 73 Szigy
YO2LELSO LP 10MTX YAESU FT-897D / 100W OUT ANT SIRIO GPE 5/8
YO2MJZSO LP 40MICOM IC-730, PWR 100W, ANTENNA DIPOLE
YO3GFHSO LP ALL73 AND ALL THE BEST!
YO3GNFSO LP ALLRIG: IC7600 ANT: Vertical BB-10V
YO4BEXSO LP 20MI OBSERVED THE CONTEST RULES
YO4BXXSO LP ALL73s for all amateur stations! GL in 2015!
YO4GPCSA HP ALLI OBSERVED THE CONTEST RULES
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